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Arkadiusz Sikora to lead VMware in Poland

Arkadiusz Sikora became a new Country Manager of VMware in Poland. Previously, he worked for Diebold Nixdorf, Oracle Polska and SAP Polska.

Development of the Polish branch

In WMware, which is a world leader in virtualization solutions, Arkadiusz Sikora will be responsible for the development of the Polish branch of the company in terms of sales of the growing portfolio of multi-cloud services, network virtualization, security and solutions for building digital workplaces. The estimated revenue of WMware in the area of virtualization on the Polish market in 2018 clearly exceeded PLN 100 million.
Commenting on the nomination of Luigi Freguia, Vice President of VMware in Central Europe said that his company wants to participate in the broadly understood process of digital transformation of Polish companies. He added that WMware will continue to provide its customers and partners with opportunities for growth in the age of clouds, mobility and innovation in the IoT, SI and VMware edge computing.

Experience in the industry

Arkadiusz Sikora has been working in the IT industry for over a decade. He moved to VMware Polska from Diebold Nixdorf, where as a Program Director he was responsible for creating a global platform automating the process of creating trade offers. Previously, he worked for Oracle Polska, where he held the position of Application Sales Director. In 2013-2015 he worked for Consafe Logistics, where he held the position of the President of the Management Board. For most of his professional career he was associated with SAP, where he held the position of Sales Director for SAP solutions for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).

Arkadiusz Sikora is a graduate of the Faculty of Electronics at the Wroclaw University of Technology and the University of Northumbria in Newcastle. He enriched his technical knowledge with management aspects at the Faculty of Management at the University of Illinois.

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